Operators for years groused about the danger of a “patchwork” of regulations. Now they’re focused on letting local governments have control.
Colorado’s red flag gun law was used 73 times in its first 7 months. Here’s how the rollout has gone.By Jesse Paul Crime and Courts Primary category in which blog post is published
Colorado’s attorney general has sent 34 cease-and-desist letters cracking down on coronavirus spreadBy Jennifer Brown Coronavirus Primary category in which blog post is published
Anonymous attacks, false accusations and big money groups target legislative, county commission races in this deep-red county
A guide to the top legislative contests in the June 30 primary, where Republicans are debating who is more conservative and Democrats are aiming for progressive bona fides
RVs are housing health care workers worried about giving their families coronavirus. But some Colorado cities, HOAs put up roadblocks.
Dealers and grassroots groups trying to temporarily shelter medical workers in RVs during the virus spread often face barriers thrown up by wary Colorado cities and neighborhoods
Statistics and anecdotal evidence suggest that targets shifted with the closures, which in some areas also may have veiled an anticipated rise in domestic violence
Judge Philip Brimmer ruled earlier this month that Weld County Sheriff Steve Reams failed to take adequate measures to protect inmates and violated their Eighth Amendment rights against cruel and unusual punishment
GOP official alleges caucus results in Weld County tainted by fraud, adding to ongoing party turmoil
An aide to U.S. Rep. Ken Buck is accused of wrongdoing in documents sent to district attorney, but he denies involvement in altering delegates results
Weld County’s top public health official warned commissioners against full reopening, documents show
A day before the five commissioners unveiled a “safer-at-work” plan for Weld County, Dr. Mark Wallace, executive director of the Weld County Department of Health and Environment, warned against the move
More than 100 of the 6,000 workers at the processing plant have tested positive for COVID-19 and four have died. Weld County health officials say the processor has developed testing and containment strategies.
Six people have died of COVID-19 complications at Centennial Healthcare Center in Greeley alone. Four others from one Littleton assisted-living center, Libby Bortz, also have died.